While we grieve the loss of our community in paradise, we have not given up. We have been busy working on the Hedonisia rebirth.
Starting from December 2021, we plan to begin with with a Eco-Friendly Tiny Home. They are becoming more popular as a simple affordable way to live and due to COVID 19, they are safer too.
To help us raise funds, we are offering a parcel of partially developed land for sale. This would allow us to concentrate our funds and resources on our original lava-covered land.
Creative Social Activism and Environmentalism
Both before and after the eruption, Hedonisia managed a portfolio of social entrepreneur projects with a focus on gender equality, reproductive rights, and activist entrepreneurship. All our projects including the art murals above, began at the Pre-Volcano Hedonisia Hawaii Eco-Feminist Community with the help of interns and volunteers from around the world.
We offer educational and sustainable tools for activist entrepreneurs, ecofeminists and other creative people who wish to make a living by making a difference.
Our projects are based on social entrepreneur principles we practiced at Hedonisia Hawaii. Living in paradise allowed us to practice 'pleasurable activism'. We worked hard to play a role in improving the world but also to have fun doing so.
Sadly Hedonisia Hawaii was destroyed in the Kilauea volcano eruption of 2018. The picture above is the Hedonisia Community barn as it was just before the eruption.
It was a foundation of our community to show how social entrepreneurship can play a role in addressing various problems both in society and the environment. We continue to do this work post-volcano with the Hedo Feminista Web Portfolio.
We already have a bulldozed pad on the property facing the ocean: 120 feet x 50 feet. This is more than enough for a tiny home. We invite you to join us to be part of our rebuilding process as we transition to being a creative micro-community in the volcanic paradise of Hawaii.
We will be offering camping accommodations at first. Please inquire if you'd like to be part of our rebuilding process.
Wishing you much aloha from Hedonisia Hawaii.